[Wine] config moved?
mstuff at read.org.nz
Sun Nov 2 02:20:08 CST 2008
Thanks Luke, that's helpful - your last comment especially:)
On 01/11/08 23:20, Luke Bratch wrote:
> Morgan Read wrote:
>> Has ~/.wine/config
>> (http://www.codeweavers.com/support/docs/wine-user/config-file) moved?
> The config file has now gone, and all configuration is done through the
> winecfg program.
>> Under ~/.wine/ I have no "config", but I do have the 3 files:
>> system.reg; user.reg; userdef.reg. Is one of these now the "config" file?
> The .reg files represent the Windows registry. winecfg does store some
> settings in the registry, so in a way, but not entirely.
>> I installed Windows native ole32.dll into ~/.wine/drive_c/windows (as
>> per the ole32.dll accompanying text file - well, "C:\windows" at least:
>> http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?ole32) and changed
>> winecfg to run ole32.dll as "Native (Windows)". Now wine doesn't run...
>> What do I need to change back to the it's original state and where do I
>> find it?
> If winecfg won't start due to a DLL override, you can remove the
> override by editing user.reg. Search for the
> [Software\\Wine\\DllOverrides] section and remove any override that you
> want to get rid of.
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